Resources for English as a Second Language (ESL) Learners

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ESOL Application
Click the link above to register for our ESOL program. You must have a Cherry Hill Public Library card to register. Contact Elby Wang at 856.903.1227 or with questions.

Award-winning educator supports families through ESL
We are so very proud of our ESOL team for their dedication and hard work to making our ESOL program thrive. Click the link above to read an inspiring article from Jewish Community Voice which features Audrianne Levene, one of our amazing ESOL teachers who began teaching ESL in 1980.

Find an ESL Teacher

Literacy Volunteers of Camden County
Literacy Volunteers of Camden County (LVCC) provides free one-on-one and small group tutoring to Camden County adults at the lowest literacy levels including ESL students. ESL students can register for tutoring sessions by filling out an application and mailing it to the Camden County Vogelson Library's address listed on the last page. For more questions, you can email or call (856) 772-1636 ext. 7331.

We Speak NYC Online Classes
Classes meet once a week, every week at the time listed. Join a class to meet new people, learn about New York City services and resources, and practice speaking English!
Classes will run from Sunday, November 1st - Saturday, December 19th

ESL Practice

Activities for ESL Students
Grammar and vocabulary practice for all levels, including many bilingual quizzes for beginners. Also includes a link for teachers, with conversation questions, games, and many other ideas to put to use in the classroom.

BBC Learning English
An array of wonderful activities for practice, some relating to current events. Includes videos, quizzes, vocabulary practice, idioms, crosswords, and much more, though all with British accents.

Easy World for English
An attractive, user-friendly website including grammar, pronunciation, reading, and listening practice and an interactive picture dictionary.

EduBirdie ESL Resources
Edubirdie is a great resource for both ESL students and teachers. Learn about the benefits of English Language Learning (ELL), the difference between ESL proficiency levels, and important ESL terms. They also offer a list of resources for students to access from home. Below are some of the most user-friendly sources:

English Class 101
Learn English in 3 hours with this video! Best for intermediate learners.

GCF Learn Free
A well-designed site with interactive tutorials for everything from operating an ATM machine to reading food labels. If you click on the main page icon and then click on reading, the site has resources for English language learners as well, including stories to listen to and read along, and picture dictionaries.

Grammar Bank


Oxford Picture Dictionary

Rachel's English
Rachel's English provides over 500 free videos to help non-native speakers improve their spoken English and listening comprehension.

Reading Skills for Today's Adults

USA Learns
Video lessons and English learning activities for beginner and intermediate ELLs. This website also offers US Citizenship lessons.

We Speak NYC

Easy World of English